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Saturday, 21 April 2018

Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP), Abuja chapter has called on the government at all levels to refocus its direction towards cities’ physical planning and urban renewals to halt the current tide of insecurity in the country.
Chairman, Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, FCT Chapter, TPl Barnabas Atiyaye, made the call during the just concluded 2-day,  2014 Town Planners’ Day  held recently at Yar’adua Centre in Abuja.
Speaking on the theme ‘The Role of Physical Planning in the Context of Emerging Security Challenges in Nigeria’, Atiyaye said every form of criminal vices especially, the current insurgency and terrorists’ activities thrive comfortably in unplanned city environments and satellite towns due to absence of security for people and their properties.
Existence of shanties, slum sides and uncompleted structures that date back to some centuries, particularly as seen in the federal capital city, have continued to provide safe habitation for hoodlums and miscreants within the city centre, the chairman echoed.
Hence, the current insecurity over the years, he explained, has however positively arose reasonable security consciousness among the ranks of governments, corporate organisations, communities and individuals, as seen in the installation of security barriers, limited street access and security gadgets on part ways and in buildings, all on ad hoc basis.
Atiyaye however cautioned governments on the need to balance provision of security for cities and communities with the fears and dislocation of same people from their normal physical, social, economic and civic livelihood.
He therefore tasked the governments and professional planners to ensure that such security are provided in conformity with established planning policies and standards  such as visual openness, eyes on the street, defensive spaces, Safe-Scape and crime prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED).
Atiyaye said, “Unfortunately, most of our cities are unplanned, which promotes ideal environments for hatching and developing Improvised Explosive Device (IEDs). Insecurity is more prevalent in an unplanned environment.”
“A secure transport system is critical to overall national security from terrorism. Groups or individuals motivated to terrorise or injure people or the economy, may well have transportation facilities as targets or tools.”
Minister of State for FCT, Oloye Olajumoke Akinjide, said the administration’s vision to make FCT one of the best cities in the world by 2020 is unrealisable without involving the policies and progammes of Urban and Regional Planners and other allied professionals.
The beauty and successes recorded over the years in the operation of Abuja Master Plan, Akinjide explained, was only made possible through the innovation and deliberate efforts of the Town Planners and similar allied professionals.
“It is our wish that this conference will deliberate on issues that will improve the design and management of human settlements with minimal security challenges, recommend appropriate policies, programme and strategies towards ameliorating the security challenges in the FCT.”
Also, Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Akon Eyakenyi, said human settlement issues have taken a centre stage in both national and international discourse, especially as security challenges have become one of the greatest threat to humanity.
According to her, cities are the major products of urbanisation and can only contribute meaningfully to development when they are conducive, safe and sustainable. This requires that the planners sensitise and update the knowledge of their members and public on critical issues in the building environment.
While tasking the Town Planners to brainstorm on ways of salvaging Nigerian cities and communities from security threat, Eyakenyi said insanity and insecurity to lives and property have the capacity of  retarding development, especially as terrorists and their varieties and intensity are generating faster risks to city life.
The two-day occasion that drew various professionals and personalities from across the country was rounded off, with an Awareness Walk on Saturday which started from the popular Eagle Square/ Federal Secretariat, though ECWA junction, to Maitama junction and ended at Abuja Millennium Park and capped with Dinner, Awards and Gala nite.
- See more at: http://www.mynewswatchtimesng.com/physical-planning-urban-renewal-panacea-insecurity-town-planners/#sthash.cXgeOIzY.dpuf
Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP), Abuja chapter has called on the government at all levels to refocus its direction towards cities’ physical planning and urban renewals to halt the current tide of insecurity in the country.
Chairman, Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, FCT Chapter, TPl Barnabas Atiyaye, made the call during the just concluded 2-day,  2014 Town Planners’ Day  held recently at Yar’adua Centre in Abuja.
Speaking on the theme ‘The Role of Physical Planning in the Context of Emerging Security Challenges in Nigeria’, Atiyaye said every form of criminal vices especially, the current insurgency and terrorists’ activities thrive comfortably in unplanned city environments and satellite towns due to absence of security for people and their properties.
Existence of shanties, slum sides and uncompleted structures that date back to some centuries, particularly as seen in the federal capital city, have continued to provide safe habitation for hoodlums and miscreants within the city centre, the chairman echoed.
Hence, the current insecurity over the years, he explained, has however positively arose reasonable security consciousness among the ranks of governments, corporate organisations, communities and individuals, as seen in the installation of security barriers, limited street access and security gadgets on part ways and in buildings, all on ad hoc basis.
Atiyaye however cautioned governments on the need to balance provision of security for cities and communities with the fears and dislocation of same people from their normal physical, social, economic and civic livelihood.
He therefore tasked the governments and professional planners to ensure that such security are provided in conformity with established planning policies and standards  such as visual openness, eyes on the street, defensive spaces, Safe-Scape and crime prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED).
Atiyaye said, “Unfortunately, most of our cities are unplanned, which promotes ideal environments for hatching and developing Improvised Explosive Device (IEDs). Insecurity is more prevalent in an unplanned environment.”
“A secure transport system is critical to overall national security from terrorism. Groups or individuals motivated to terrorise or injure people or the economy, may well have transportation facilities as targets or tools.”
Minister of State for FCT, Oloye Olajumoke Akinjide, said the administration’s vision to make FCT one of the best cities in the world by 2020 is unrealisable without involving the policies and progammes of Urban and Regional Planners and other allied professionals.
The beauty and successes recorded over the years in the operation of Abuja Master Plan, Akinjide explained, was only made possible through the innovation and deliberate efforts of the Town Planners and similar allied professionals.
“It is our wish that this conference will deliberate on issues that will improve the design and management of human settlements with minimal security challenges, recommend appropriate policies, programme and strategies towards ameliorating the security challenges in the FCT.”
Also, Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Akon Eyakenyi, said human settlement issues have taken a centre stage in both national and international discourse, especially as security challenges have become one of the greatest threat to humanity.
According to her, cities are the major products of urbanisation and can only contribute meaningfully to development when they are conducive, safe and sustainable. This requires that the planners sensitise and update the knowledge of their members and public on critical issues in the building environment.
While tasking the Town Planners to brainstorm on ways of salvaging Nigerian cities and communities from security threat, Eyakenyi said insanity and insecurity to lives and property have the capacity of  retarding development, especially as terrorists and their varieties and intensity are generating faster risks to city life.
The two-day occasion that drew various professionals and personalities from across the country was rounded off, with an Awareness Walk on Saturday which started from the popular Eagle Square/ Federal Secretariat, though ECWA junction, to Maitama junction and ended at Abuja Millennium Park and capped with Dinner, Awards and Gala nite.
- See more at: http://www.mynewswatchtimesng.com/physical-planning-urban-renewal-panacea-insecurity-town-planners/#sthash.cXgeOIzY.dpuf

Thursday, 20 July 2017

VIRTAMEETIN NIGERIA DESTINY BOOSTING PROJECT









VIRTAMEETIN NIGERIA LTD



is an Ecomerce,Tourism and investment networking company, Virtameetin Nigeria also specialize on  block chain technology and crypto coin(E-wealth) exchange market training. With the vision to advance the awareness  of virtameetin Nigeria network project to improve the financial, social, agricultural and economic lives of the low income earners around the world, especially Nigerian society.Virtameetin Nigeria is a cooperate organization registered in Nigeria (RC: 1347018).The vision and mission of virtameetin Nigeria network project is to achieve the following   (1) to improve the standard of living of our registered members through blockchain technology.(2) to develop a functional ecommerce market place with the latest payment system,(3) to provide an equitable transportation system for the distribution of goods and services from the ecommerce market place.(4) to boost tourism development in Nigeria. In order to actualize our projects virtameetin Nigeria runS a fifty (50) years development plan (phase 1(year 2015 to phase 10(year 2065)
THE VISION OF VIRTAMEETIN NIGERIA NETWORK PROJECT
(3) The vision and mission of virtameetin Nigeria network project is  to achieve the following:(1)To advance the awareness  of  block chain technology and crypto coin(e-wealth) exchange market training in the rural and urban areas, (2) To establish virtameetin Nigeria local and regional centers (network centers) around the world (3) To redistribute wealth to the rural-urban poor.(4)To create a part time  business opportunity through the following:(1) our refer and train program (2) our  destiny boosting programs.(3) our investment networking program(5) To establish the following projects come the year 2021-2025(phase 2 of the network project).(1) An  efficient e-commerce market  place with the best payment system that will advance social. economic, agricultural and tourism development ,(6) To establish an efficient transportation system for the distribution of goods and services from the ecommerce market place(7) to reduce the high rate of rural-urban migration among the youths. 
VIRTAMEETIN NIGERIA  MEMBERSHIP PROGRAMS
 The vision and mission of Virtameetin Nigeria network project will also be actualize through our four membership training programs  namely(1) the associate members(free registration to enjoy our destiny boosting programs),(2) The founding members(starter  training package) (3)The coordinator ship (silver training packages),.(4)The members of virtameetin Nigeria governing board.(The gold training packages,).Our training programs also covers the following areas (1) the destiny boosting programs(2) the investment networking programs.(3) the refer and train programs. The purpose of the various training programs is to  enable virtameetin Nigeria network project to be actualize on phases, beginning from (phase1(2015)-phase10(2065)at five years intervals of achievement. 
MEMBERSHIP TRAINING REWARD
 The cost of our training programs which includes, (1) starter, (2) silver  (3) gold packages are as follows:(1) N7,000($19)(starter package) for founding the members (2) N20,000($56)(silver package)for the coordinators (3) N100,000($275)(gold package) for the members of virtameetin Nigeria governing board. Our registered coordinators or founding members will always earn 71% of the cost of  subscribing the starter or silver packages(part time business opportunity),. especially from those they refer and train. The affiliate reward (The service commissions) of the founding members or the   coordinators are analyzed thus:  (1)  71%(N5,000($1,9) of the cost of the starter package subscription (2)71%( N14, 000($38.8) of the cost of the silver package subscription. Please note that all the service commissions which includes (N5,000($1.9) and(N14,000($135)belongs to our  affiliate members(coordinators and founding members). This will serve as their service commission. Please also  note that in every subscription(starter or silver packages) virtameetin Nigeria network service commission(VMNNSC) is 29%,.Our commission will be paid into our bank account,  after the completion of each refer and train assignment giving to either our coordinators or our founding members..There is no affiliate reward on directorship training program.

VIRTAMEETIN NIGERIA TERMS OF SERVICES
 Please note that only the 29% of the cost of  the subscription  fund for the training(Starter and Silver packages) will be paid into the account of virtameetin Nigeria  LTD.This will be done  after the completion of the training assignment. Also note that after the completion of the training assignment,  the newly trained coordinators or the/founding members will fill virtameetin Nigeria Recognition/Representative form. The purpose of the training form is to enable our affiliate member(The coordinators or the founding members) to receive their affiliate membership  ID number, to confirm that they are an ambassador of  virtameetin Nigeria network project. This will also confirm that our subscribers  have successfully completed their training assignment.

THE PHASES OF ACTUALIZING VIRTAMEETIN NIGERIA NETWORK PROJECT DEVELOPMENT
The program will be implemented in ten phases at five years intervals (2015-2020) with the vision to actualize the following (1)Destiny boosting project which will empower.the selected low income earners to receive our  free destiny boosting fund (FDBF) in the 2nd  phase(2022-2025) of the development plan,This means that each low income earners wii always receive our  destiny boosting fund per phase of the destiny boostiny project between the year 2022 to 2065 to improve their social,financial and economic lives.(2)The Investment networking project,block chain technology and crypto coin(E-wealth) training program will be  a continues virtameetin Nigeria network project..The development plan will also feature the following achievement: (1) global expansion of  virtameetin Nigeria network which will establish virtameetin Nigeria, local, regional and international network centres in the rural and urban areas,(2) To establish the following projects come the year 2021:(1) An  efficient e-commerce market  place with the best payment system that will advance social. economic and agricultural development ,(6) To establish an efficient transportation system for the distribution of goods and services
           
VIRTAMEETIN NIGERIA NETWORK SERVICE,INFORMATION/SUBSCRIPTION CENTERS

The following contact addresses are the places where one can obtain information about virtameetin Nigeria network services,

(1) New communion computer center No 50 Emenike Street Mile 1 Diobu Port Harcourt Rivers State Nigeria. The coordinator in charge of the network centre:Emmanuel Cotterell,Phone No:07038692126:Email:emmacott1929@gmail.com






 PROPOSED MODERN CITY PLANNERS WORLD -VIRTAMEETIN NIGERIA OFFICE COMPLEX FOR DESTINY BOOSTING AND NETWORK PROJECT BEFORE THE END OF   PHASE FOUR OF VIRTAMEETIN NIGERIA NETWORK PROJECT(4), BEFORE THE YEAR 2030)